Six straights pins propel the Indians to SOL Continental Conference win. Drew Markol @dmarkol
EAST ROCKHILL — The pins kept coming and coming, and, simply put, Souderton picked up more of them to post a 51-28 victory over host Pennridge in a Suburban One League Continental Conference wrestling match Thursday night. "Our guys went out and did what we needed them to do," Souderton coach Tristan Boyd said.
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FRANCONIA — He had done the math in his head even before it would come down to him to decide third place in Saturday's Big Red Wrestling Duals at Souderton High School. "I was thinking I might need to get a pin for us to win the match," said Neshaminy freshman 120-pounder Liam Moss. "But when (fellow-freshman) Zach (Martin) got a pin before me (at 113), I knew all I had to try and do was get a win.
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WARMINSTER — Two programs in different stages of development locked up on Tuesday night, and, not surprisingly, the one with more experience came out on top. "They have a good thing going," Conwell-Egan second-year head coach Chuckie Connor said of Archbishop Wood. "They have their feeder program in place and have really done a nice job of developing their kids.
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